Life for the “Daltons” seems almost normal, if you don’t count the cell phones that track their every movement, the fact that people seem to be disappearing, and the fact that our rock solid couple is showing big cracks. In the heavily monitored security of the Seattle colony, the aliens don’t seem to be the biggest threat to the Bowmans. Check out the top moments from Colony season 3 episode 7, "A Clean, Well-lighted Place."
[Warning: Contains spoilers for Colony episode 307, "A Clean, Well-lighted Place"]
Fiddling while Rome burns
We’re introduced to the genesis of the Seattle colony as Everett Kynes pitches his idea to the Global Authority while his city is leveled in front of him (and he doesn’t seem too bothered by it).
Will would rather be fighting Red Hats
Will fails to blend as a happy colony denizen then gets a “friendly’ reminder to play the part from Katie’s boss.
‘For some reason you seem determined to tear it all down’
We see the deep cracks in the Bowmans’ marriage after Will’s less-than-neighborly performance at their neighborhood party. Katie is angry that he refuses to try to fit in, but Will argues that even with the niceties, they’re still living in a colony.
Supervisor Clearance Required
The old Katie Bowman stirs long enough to wonder why she can’t follow up the family she supposedly placed in an apartment. She travels to visit them and only ends up with more questions.
Rate your driver from 1 to 5 stars
At the end of a long week, Will gets a fare he isn’t expecting.